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Fixture: Ajax vs Benfica
Tournament: UEFA Champions League – 2018/2019
Date / Time: 23:00 GMT +4 October 23
Arena: Johan Cruijff Arena (Amsterdam)

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The match Ajax vs Benfica will be held on October 23 at the Johan Cruijff Arena (Amsterdam)

It is a very interesting football match in the UEFA Champions League.

They will try to show us their best skills, combinations and tactics to win this match.

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The Ajax Benfica teams played 2 games so far.
Ajax won 1 direct matches. Benfica won 1 matches. 0 matches ended in a draw. On average, in direct matches, both teams scored 3.00 goals per game.

The Ajax on average of the real season scored 2.28 goals per game. In 14 games (93.33%) played at home there were total goals (team and opponent) More than 1.5 goals. In 10 matches (66.67%) in the 2018 season he played at home the total goals (team and opponent) More than 2.5 goals.

The Benfica average scored 1.90 goals per game in the 2018 season. In 9 (90.00%) games played it was goal total (team and opponent) More than 1.5 goals. In 6 games (60.00%) played, the away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals.

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Julen Lopetegui could get a morale victory against Viktoria Plzen on Tuesday night with the budding Classic.

The Whites started the 2018-19 campaign in an unconnected way, with the club feeling the effects of losing Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo in the same summer.

Real should have few problems against Czech champion Plzen, but could achieve it with a few goals, and a clean sheet, to gain confidence before his trip on October 28 to Camp Nou to face Lionel Messi and Barcelona.

The holders of the Champions League also have work to do to have the opportunity to retain their trophy, with a defeat at CSKA Moscow in the week of game 2 leaving Group G in the balance.

• Levante defeated Madrid 2-1 at home on Saturday, extending their career without a win to five games (D1 L4) that go back to September 22. That represents its worst sequence of results since May 2009 (L5).

• Marcelo scored in the 72nd minute of Saturday, Madrid’s first goal in five games. His 482-minute unadjusted run is a club record, surpassing the previous total of 464 minutes set in April 1985.

• Sergio Ramos was the target of a 3-2 defeat at Spain’s home against England in the League of Nations on October 15; he had also scored in the 4-1 friendly win against Wales four days earlier.

• A penalty by Toni Kroos gave Germany the lead in France in the UEFA League of Nations on October 16, its 14th goal in 90 internationals, although the visitors lost 2-1.

• Gareth Bale returned as a part-time substitute on Saturday, having been out with a muscle problem since the 1-0 defeat at Alavés on 6 October, when Karim Benzema was withdrawn at halftime with a thigh injury. The Frenchman was replaced for 60 minutes against Levante on Saturday.

• Isco had been out of action since September 22 with appendicitis but started against Levante.

• A problem with the calves has kept Dani Carvajal out from the second day.

• Real Madrid were beaten 4-2 by Atlético neighbors in the UEFA Super Cup on August 15, their first final defeat in the international competition since losing to Boca Juniors in the 2000 European-South American Cup.

• Luka Modrić was voted the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year for 2017/18 on 30 August. The Croatian also picked up the award for the UEFA Champions League midfielder, with his club mates Keylor Navas and Sergio Ramos collecting the prizes for the Goalkeeper and the Defender, respectively.

Plzeň
• Plzeň suffered three consecutive away defeats in all competitions: conceding 12 goals when losing in Slavia Praha (0-4) and Jablonec (0-3) in the Czech league, in addition to the 5-0 reverse in Rome in the second day – before the victory in the Czech Cup 5-1 in Vyškov on October 11. They were 2-2 in Bohemians on Friday.

• The result of Rome was Plzeň’s strongest defeat since a 5-0 defeat at Slavia in May 2016.

• Twelve of the 17 goals in the Plze this league this season have been scored in the last 30 minutes of games, including seven in the last 15.

• Michael Krmenčík scored in the 2-1 victory of the UEFA League of the Czech Republic in Slovakia on 13 October.

• Radim Řezník (concussion) and Lukáš Hejda (muscle) missed the Czech Republic’s matches against Slovakia and Ukraine due to injury, although both played in the Bohemians on Friday.

• Jan Kopic has been sidelined since Plzeň’s 1-0 victory against Sparta on September 28 due to an ankle injury.

• The official club shirts for the UEFA Champions League group stage feature a logo that promotes the national registry of bone marrow donors on the back. All Plzeň senior and sub-19 players have joined the registry.

 

 

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• Having kicked off their first ever group campaign with a 3-0 loss at home to Manchester United, the Berne club went down by the same scoreline at Juventus last time out.

• Young Boys were Swiss champions in 2017/18 – their 12th league title, but a first since 1986.

• Gerardo Seoane’s side overcame Croatia’s Dinamo Zagreb to reach the group stage for the first time, following a 1-1 home draw with a 2-1 away success. Young Boys’ five previous UEFA Champions League campaigns all ended in qualifying, including in 2017/18 when they beat Dynamo Kyiv in the third qualifying round but lost to CSKA Moskva in the play-offs.

• The Berne side have won only two of their last 12 European games (D4 L6), beating Skënderbeu 2-1 on matchday six of last season’s UEFA Europa League in addition to the win in Zagreb. The fixture with the Albanian club was Young Boys’ last European engagement of 2017/18, as they finished third in their section.

Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
• Young Boys have won only one of their last six home matches in Europe (D2 L3), although they had recorded three victories in a row before that sequence.

• The Swiss club’s last home game against a Spanish club was a 2-0 defeat of Getafe in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League group stage. Young Boys have won two of their three home games with visitors from Spain, losing the other; overall, their record against Spanish teams is W3 L3.

• Young Boys reached the semi-finals of the 1958/59 European Champion Clubs’ Cup, losing 3-1 over two legs against Reims.

Valencia
• Beaten 2-0 at home by ten-man Juventus in their opening fixture, Valencia responded by holding out for a goalless draw at Manchester United in their second match.

• The United draw ended Los Blanquinegros’ four-game losing streak in the UEFA Champions League, although they have still lost five of their last nine matches in the competition proper and are without a goal in the last five.

• Valencia have won three of their last eight UEFA Champions League away matches, qualifying included (D2 L3).

• Fourth in the Spanish Liga in 2017/18, this is Valencia’s 11th UEFA Champions League group stage campaign. Finalists in both 1999/2000 and 2000/01, they have not reached the last 16 since 2012/13.

Watch Valencia hold out for draw at Old Trafford
Watch Valencia hold out for draw at Old Trafford
• Valencia did not take part in UEFA club competition in either of the last two seasons. In their most recent campaign, 2015/16, they finished third in their UEFA Champions League section to move into the UEFA Europa League, where they beat Rapid Wien 10-0 on aggregate in the round of 32 before losing on away goals to fellow Spanish side Athletic Club in the round of 16 (0-1 away, 2-1 home).

• The Spanish side lost 3-0 the last time they visited Switzerland, at Basel in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League quarter-final first leg – although they turned the tie round with a 5-0 extra-time success at home. That first-leg defeat is Valencia’s only loss in eight games with Swiss clubs, home and away (W5 D2); they have drawn two of their three away games in Switzerland, winning the other 3-2 at St Gallen in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League group stage.

Links and trivia
• Have played together:
Miralem Sulejmani & Ezequiel Garay, Rodrigo (Benfica 2013/14)
Miralem Sulejmani, Loris Benito & Gonçalo Guedes (Benfica 2014/15)
Guillaume Hoarau & Kevin Gameiro (Paris Saint-Germain 2011–13)

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Young Boys
• The Swiss champions started the new season with nine wins from as many Super League matches to take an early grip on the top of the table before losing 3-2 at home against Luzern on 6 October. They were held 3-3 at FC Zürich on Saturday having trailed both 2-0 and 3-1.

• Guillaume Hoarau, who scored twice at the weekend, has four goals in his last four league appearances.

• The Berne club’s 37 league goals this season have been scored by ten different players.

• Young Boys’ ten-point lead after 11 matches is the joint-largest gap at this stage of the season since Switzerland introduced a ten-team league in summer 2003, matching Basel’s advantage in 2003/04 and 2016/17.tomorrow 11\07  11.55pm

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• Having kicked off their first ever group campaign with a 3-0 loss at home to Manchester United, the Berne club went down by the same scoreline at Juventus last time out.

• Young Boys were Swiss champions in 2017/18 – their 12th league title, but a first since 1986.

• Gerardo Seoane’s side overcame Croatia’s Dinamo Zagreb to reach the group stage for the first time, following a 1-1 home draw with a 2-1 away success. Young Boys’ five previous UEFA Champions League campaigns all ended in qualifying, including in 2017/18 when they beat Dynamo Kyiv in the third qualifying round but lost to CSKA Moskva in the play-offs.

• The Berne side have won only two of their last 12 European games (D4 L6), beating Skënderbeu 2-1 on matchday six of last season’s UEFA Europa League in addition to the win in Zagreb. The fixture with the Albanian club was Young Boys’ last European engagement of 2017/18, as they finished third in their section.

Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
Highlights: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys
• Young Boys have won only one of their last six home matches in Europe (D2 L3), although they had recorded three victories in a row before that sequence.

• The Swiss club’s last home game against a Spanish club was a 2-0 defeat of Getafe in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League group stage. Young Boys have won two of their three home games with visitors from Spain, losing the other; overall, their record against Spanish teams is W3 L3.

• Young Boys reached the semi-finals of the 1958/59 European Champion Clubs’ Cup, losing 3-1 over two legs against Reims.

Valencia
• Beaten 2-0 at home by ten-man Juventus in their opening fixture, Valencia responded by holding out for a goalless draw at Manchester United in their second match.

• The United draw ended Los Blanquinegros’ four-game losing streak in the UEFA Champions League, although they have still lost five of their last nine matches in the competition proper and are without a goal in the last five.

• Valencia have won three of their last eight UEFA Champions League away matches, qualifying included (D2 L3).

• Fourth in the Spanish Liga in 2017/18, this is Valencia’s 11th UEFA Champions League group stage campaign. Finalists in both 1999/2000 and 2000/01, they have not reached the last 16 since 2012/13.

Watch Valencia hold out for draw at Old Trafford
Watch Valencia hold out for draw at Old Trafford
• Valencia did not take part in UEFA club competition in either of the last two seasons. In their most recent campaign, 2015/16, they finished third in their UEFA Champions League section to move into the UEFA Europa League, where they beat Rapid Wien 10-0 on aggregate in the round of 32 before losing on away goals to fellow Spanish side Athletic Club in the round of 16 (0-1 away, 2-1 home).

• The Spanish side lost 3-0 the last time they visited Switzerland, at Basel in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League quarter-final first leg – although they turned the tie round with a 5-0 extra-time success at home. That first-leg defeat is Valencia’s only loss in eight games with Swiss clubs, home and away (W5 D2); they have drawn two of their three away games in Switzerland, winning the other 3-2 at St Gallen in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League group stage.

Links and trivia
• Have played together:
Miralem Sulejmani & Ezequiel Garay, Rodrigo (Benfica 2013/14)
Miralem Sulejmani, Loris Benito & Gonçalo Guedes (Benfica 2014/15)
Guillaume Hoarau & Kevin Gameiro (Paris Saint-Germain 2011–13)

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Young Boys
• The Swiss champions started the new season with nine wins from as many Super League matches to take an early grip on the top of the table before losing 3-2 at home against Luzern on 6 October. They were held 3-3 at FC Zürich on Saturday having trailed both 2-0 and 3-1.

• Guillaume Hoarau, who scored twice at the weekend, has four goals in his last four league appearances.

• The Berne club’s 37 league goals this season have been scored by ten different players.

• Young Boys’ ten-point lead after 11 matches is the joint-largest gap at this stage of the season since Switzerland introduced a ten-team league in summer 2003, matching Basel’s advantage in 2003/04 and 2016/17.tomorrow 11\07  11.55pm

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The Bundesliga champions won again on Saturday with a 3-1 victory at Wolfsburg thanks to goals from Robert Lewandowski and James. The Colombians declared after the game that “the bad patch of Bayern has ended”, and now they will have to prove it with a trip to the Greek capital in the Champions League. Arjen Robben, who faces a league suspension of a game for his red card in Wolfsburg, is eligible in Europe, and coach Niko Kovac will also be driven by the welcome return of defender Rafinha over the weekend, which will will allow cover after David. Alaba left as a precaution in Wolfsburg. Defender Jerome Boateng is also back in training and an option in Athens.

AEK is back in the Champions League for the first time since 2006/07, after beating Scottish champion Celtic and Hungary’s Vidi in the standings. The Greek champions are currently in fourth place in the country’s Super League after a 2-0 victory at Apollon Smyrnis on Saturday. Viktor Klonaridis is the club’s top scorer this season with six goals in all competitions, but Greece’s Black-Yellows are currently at the end of Group E after losses to Ajax and Benfica.

 

Calendar: AEK Athens FC vs Bayern Munich
Tournament: UEFA Champions League – 2018/2019
Date / Time: 20:55 GMT +4 October 23
Arena: Olympic Stadium of Athens “Spiros Louis” (Athens)

The match AEK Athens FC vs Bayern Munich will be held on October 23 at the Olympic Stadium in Athens “Spiros Louis” (Athens)

It is a very interesting football match in the UEFA Champions League.

They will try to show us their best skills, combinations and tactics to win this match.

Having lost their first two games, AEK Athens is recovering in Group E and welcomes the team from Bayern München who have their own concerns on the third day.

• The Greek champions are three points adrift at the bottom of the section, while Bayern ranks second, at the same level as the Ajax leaders at four points, as they seek to strengthen their bet on a place in the elimination phase.

• This is the first match between the teams, although each has played nine games against clubs of the country of their opponents, with Bayern undefeated in those competitions.

Form guide
AEK Athens
• Defeated 3-0 at Ajax in their first match, AEK fell 3-2 at home to Benfica on matchday two, finishing a seven-game unbeaten run in the European competition in Athens.

• The previous defeat at home of the Athens club in Europe was a 2-0 loss to CSKA in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League last season. His record since then has been W2 D5.

• AEK was 14 unbeaten European matches (W4 D10), local and visitor, before the defeat in Ajax.

Remarkable: AEK 2-3 Benfica
Remarkable: AEK 2-3 Benfica
• The AEK are in the group stage for the fifth time, and the first since 2006/07. Then they were undefeated at home, got seven points in Athens and defeated LOSC Lille and the eventual AC Milan champion 1-0.

• The four previous UEFA Champions League UEFA Champions League campaigns have ended at that stage.

• Greek champions for the 12th time in 2017/18 – their first success in the championship since 1994 – AEK entered the UEFA Champions League this season in the third qualifying round, where they beat Celtic 3-2 in total (1-1 away from home, 2-1 start) to reach the play-offs. There they beat the Hungarian club Vidi 3-2 in two games (2-1 away, 1-1 at home).

• The home win against Celtic ended AEK’s streak of eight consecutive draws in the European competition.

• Last season, AEK lost to CSKA Moskva in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League and moved to the UEFA Europa League, where they were eliminated by Dynamo Kyiv in round 32 despite avoid defeat in all ten matches in the competition (W2 D8).

• AEK has only won two of their nine European games against German clubs (D1 L6), both at home. The most recent contest ended in a 2-0 reverse against Alemannia Aachen in the 2004/05 UEFA Cup group stage, a third loss in their five home games with German visitors.

Bayern
• Bayern opened Group E with a 2-0 win at Benfica, but Ajax were held to a 1-1 draw at Ajax last time.

• Bayern are unbeaten in their last six away games (W5 D1). The game at Benfica was his first clean sheet in his UEFA Champions League trips in 15 games.

Watch the Bayern draw with Ajax.
Watch the Bayern draw with Ajax.
• German champions for the 28th time record last season – with a sixth consecutive historical title in the Bundesliga – Bayern are in the group stage for the 22nd time.

• The Munich club have reached the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals or better in each of the last seven seasons. The last time they did not advance from the group’s opening section in 2002/03, despite the fact that they lost the UEFA Champions League completely in 2007/08.

• For the second consecutive year, the Bayern campaign was finalized by Real Madrid in 2017/18, through a global defeat of 4-3 in the semifinals. The 2-2 draw in the second stage in Spain ended with the winning race of four Bayern matches.

• Bayern never lost to a Greek, local or visiting club (W7 D2), and won three of their four trips to Greece, most recently a 3-0 success at Olympiacos in the 2015/16 group stage in which Thomas Müller scored twice.

• The German side has kept the sheets clean in their last six games with Greek opponents, scoring 13 goals in the three most recent contests.

Links and trivia
• He has played in Germany:
Yannis Gianniotas (Fortuna Düsseldorf 2013/14)

• Have played together:
Dmytro Chygrynskiy & Thiago Alcántara (Barcelona 2009/10)

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AEK Athens
• The defeat of the first day at Ajax was the first defeat of the AEK season in all competitions, after having been undefeated in their seven previous matches (W5 D2) – they have lost two of their six games since then, winning three, including Saturday’s 2-0 success at Apollon Smyrnis.

• AEK’s unbeaten run in 25 matches (D20 D5) in the Greek Super League ended with a 2-0 defeat at PAOK on 23 September. His previous defeat was a 1-0 reverse at home against Atromito

Tottenham vs Barcelonalive stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

The Tottenham Hotspur Champions League campaign began with a disappointing defeat at the hands of Inter Milan on matchday one.

Christian Eriksen had given the Lilywhites a well-deserved advantage early in the second half and they had a chance to conclude the game before the disaster occurred in the final five minutes at San Siro.

Mauro Icardi equalized with a dazzling shot from outside the area and then Matias Vecino reacted with the greatest speed in the penalty area to make the victory after the Spurs did not clear their lines from the corner.

What that result means is that the Lilywhites have little margin for error if they want to advance to the knockout stages for the second consecutive season.Boost the tribute of fans to Chas Hodges, Brighton’s classy response: 5 moments that you may have missed
The team of Mauricio Pochettino receives the current champion of the League, Barcelona, ​​in Wembley on the second day, while Inter travels to the Netherlands to face PSV Eindhoven with the hope of achieving six points of the possible six.

The Tottenham players seem down after conceding a second goal (Photo by Dan Istitene / Getty Images)
That said, we’ve analyzed how the three opponents of the Spurs Champions League got this weekend before the games on October 3.

Barcelona Having comfortably eliminated PSV at the Camp Nou, the Catalans were at home against Girona on Sunday night and seemed to be heading towards a routine victory when Lionel Messi overtook them in the 19th minute.

However, Clement Lenglet, who will probably replace the suspended Samuel Umtiti at Wembley, was ejected after 35 minutes and changed everything.

Girona won a 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou.
A quick reinforcement of former Middlesbrough ace Cristhian Stuani made the visitors win 2-1 and, despite Gerard Piqué equalizing, the Spanish champions lost their first points of the season.

Group A | Atletico Madrid, Dortmund, AS Monaco, Club Brugge
Group B | Barcelona, Tottenham, PSV, Inter Milan
Group C | PSG, Napoli, Liverpool, Red Star Belgrade
Group D | Lokomotiv Moscow, Oporto, Schalke, Galatasaray
Group E | Bayern, Benfica, Ajax, AEK Athens
Group F | Man City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Lyon, Hoffenheim
Group G | Real Madrid, AS Roma, CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzen
Group H | Juventus, Man United, Valencia, Young Boys

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The second Dortmund venues were paired with Atlético de Madrid, Club Brugge and the Principality team, who played in a tie in April 2017 when their bus was attacked as they were leaving the team’s hotel.

The bomb attack, which injured defender Marc Barta, happened when the bus left the hotel for the first leg of the eliminatory tie between the two parties. The match was postponed until the next day and Dortmund lost the tie. His coach at the time, Thomas Tuchel, now in charge of Paris Saint-Germain, and several players have spoken of the traumatic aftermath of that day.

“It’s a tough game with strong opponents, especially Atlético, who provide a very experienced and well-organized team, and also Monaco that eliminated Manchester City [in 2016-17] and only came out in the semifinals,” said the boss. of the BVB, Lucien. Favre

The general director of the club, Hans-Joachim Watzke, was not very satisfied with the result of Thursday’s draw in Monaco. “I’m not very happy, this is a difficult group, Atlético is a superior team, and those games will be massive.”

The most important selection of Bayern Munich isolated them from most of the big names and, in spite of the presence of the four winners, Ajax and the Portuguese runners-up of Benfica, they should not have problems to escape from group E. The last Team next to the German champion was the AEK Athens.

Niko Kovac’s coaching debut in the competition will arrive on September 19, and the list of matches has yet to be decided. The final will be at the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium of the Atletico on June 1.

UEFA Champions League

Domenico Tedesco’s Schalke is rewarded for his second place in the Bundesliga with a group as friendly as he could have expected. The Royal Blues were placed with the best Lokomotiv Moscow seeds, which include the former Schalke captain Benedikt Höwedes, the 2004 winner Porto and the Turkish champion Galatasray.

While trips to Moscow and particularly to Istanbul are discouraging, as third-seeded, Schalke could have expected much worse on his return to the best table in Europe.

Germany’s last representative team, Hoffenheim, has a lot of work to do to escape Group F in their first Champions League campaign: they were eliminated in qualifying last season.

His rising star of a trainer, Julian Nagelsmann, will put his wits against Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City coach widely recognized as one of the best bosses in the world. With the English champions on a different financial plane, the Hoffenheim’s success will probably depend on their results against the Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk and the French side Lyon.

In addition to the four German teams in the draw, all eyes will be on the clash of former Dortmund leaders in Group C, with Tuchel’s PSG tied with Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

The draw for the Champions League has finally arrived and it’s gone. The presenters take so long to overcome the prizes and the trivia that sometimes it seems that the draw will never take place.

But it has! And Dortmund will play in what is a manageable group.

On Thursday night, the BVB was involved in Group A with Atlético de Madrid, AS Monaco and Club Brugge.

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Although there is a long list of young and talented Mexican players that many can name, there is something different about the 23-year-old midfielder. Unlike other budding stars, Gutierrez has a remarkable amount of reliability, leadership and maturity for a player of his age; it moves with the ease and confidence of an experienced veteran. With such characteristics, it was no surprise on Wednesday when PSV Eindhoven announced that the club was ready to sign Pachuca’s captain.

In any case, many within the Mexican football community wondered why it had taken so long.

Since making his league debut in October 2013, Gutiérrez has quickly established himself as one of the most intriguing prospects in Liga MX. Blessed with a well-balanced playing style and an eye for precise distribution, a move to Europe seemed imminent. And yet, once the start of the 2018 Apertura went around, Gutiérrez found himself still wearing a Pachuca shirt.

Granted, he had a key role as a young captain, but it remained clear in recent weeks that the player had already passed the league. Perhaps inspired to showcase his skills before the end of the transfer window, Gutierrez took a step forward with some of his best performances for Los Tuzos in his last three Liga MX games. Not only did he find the back of the net twice in this race, but he also found a return to the Mexican national team when the last call of the roster was announced on Wednesday.

Shortly after El Tri’s announcement, the news about PSV arrived, delivered by his close friend and former Pachuca’s colleague Hirving Lozano. Immediately after qualifying for the UEFA Champions League group stage, and therefore given more space to spend some money, the Dutch club quickly made the move to incorporate another Mexican into their roster.

Although it is tempting now to think about how Lozano can help Gutiérrez’s career abroad, it may be more appropriate to change these roles when looking at his past.

In his early days in Pachuca, Gutierrez was known for defending Lozano when the player argued with his teammates and staff. Eventually, the two developed a strong friendship since each one found a place within the upper Pachuca squadron. While Lozano was more a free end for Los Tuzos, Gutierrez was more a quiet presence in midfield that regularly provided smart passes in the future.

Considering that Lozano has already had a brilliant start to his season with PSV, it is tempting to think how effective the winger will be with Gutierrez as support. The newcomer may take some time to adjust, but the former Pachuca captain is expected to find a key role in the heart of the XI head of his new club.

Fortunately for the midfielder, the jump from Liga MX to the Eredivisie is manageable, instead of trying to find a place within a great European team in England or Spain. Gutiérrez should not have too many problems with his transition to PSV. Assuming he maintains his form, it would not be very surprising if the player soon gets the same kind of reverence that Lozano has accumulated abroad.

With the Eredivisie games aside, Gutiérrez (and Lozano) will also have a daunting but tempting opportunity once the Champions League group stage starts in mid-September. After the draw on Thursday, the two Mexicans will be forced to face the gigantic task of facing the European giants Barcelona, ​​Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan in Group B. A real test of fire for the budding talents of Pachuca . In the biggest stadium of club football, the opportunity to make a name will be invaluable to the two players who are a vital part of the future of the Mexican team.

As for Gutiérrez, the mature and balanced midfielder will finally have his long-awaited opportunity to shine in Europe. Whether in a high-level clash of the Champions League or an Eredivisie game over the weekend, you must prove to be a fascinating talent to follow.

Napoli vs Liverpool live stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

The game will be played at Stadio San Paolo on Wednesday, October 3 at 8pm BST.

The club has received an allocation of 2,639 tickets for fans to buy.

The club also received an additional allocation of 200 senior seats which, according to UEFA guidelines, will be used as part of the allocation of the players, players and staff of the UEFA Youth League team, the staff of the traveling club and the VIPs.

Napoli has instructed the club to write the name of each supporter who attends each ticket purchased.

The identification will be requested at the turnstiles when the stadium is accessed and compared with the name on the ticket.

Do not attempt to delete or change the name of the ticket as it will be denied entry.

We would also like to remind fans that important safety information will be provided for fans traveling to Naples in the run-up to the game.

The information has been provided by the Italian authorities together with the club officers of LFC, and we strongly recommend that you follow all the information and instructions given.

The draw on Thursday gave the French club Monaco an equally difficult task, with Atlético de Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge on the way.

Lyon, the third French club, will face Manchester City, Shakhtar Donetsk and Hoffenheim.

The holders of Real Madrid, who have won the competition for the last three years, are in Group G with Rome, CSKA Moscow and Viktoria Plzen.

Former Real Cristiano Ronaldo star, who proved the glory of the Champions League with Manchester United, will return to Old Trafford with his new club Juventus.

In what could be said is the less glamorous group, former European champion Porto will face Moscow’s Lokomotiv, Schalke 04 and Galatasaray.

Group E also has three former European champions: Bayern Munich, Benfica and Ajax Amsterdam, along with AEK Athens.

And for his return to the competition after an absence of six years, Inter Milan faced Barcelona, ​​Tottenham Hotspur and PSV Eindhoven.

The draw in its entirety:

Group A: Atlético de Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, Club de Brujas.

Group B: Barcelona, ​​Tottenham, PSV Eindhoven, Inter Milan.

Group C: PSG, Napoli, Liverpool, Red Star Belgrade.

Group D: Lokomotiv Moscow, Porto, Schalke, Galatasaray.

Group E: Bayern Munich, Benfica, Ajax, AEK Athens.

Group F: Manchester City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Lyon, Hoffenheim.

Group G: Real Madrid, Rome, CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzen.

Group H: Juventus, Manchester United, Valencia, Young Boys.

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The runners-up of last season fell in the third round for Thursday’s draw after Benfica overcame the qualification and their tie in Group C faces the most expensive player in the world, $ 198 million Neymar, and the winner of the World Cup, Kylian Mbappe, among others.

Liverpool and PSG have been avoided so far in the Champions League, and their last meeting was in the 1997 European Cup Winners’ Cup, when the Reds lost the semi-finals 3-2 on aggregate.

Red Star Belgrade scored a 0-0 draw against Napoli on the Serbian team’s debut in the Champions League when goalkeeper Milan Borjan made a barrage of attacks in an exciting clash of Group C on Tuesday.

The visitors hit twice the wood and missed a series of opportunities, leaving frustrated his manager, Carlo Ancelotti, after losing points in a difficult group that also includes Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain.

“He was close, we just missed the final spark,” said Ancelotti, who also praised Borjan and refused to criticize his players.

“We have not been able to win an important game, but there are five more and we can defeat anyone, we made small errors when passing and shooting and we had bad luck.”

The Red Star international defender in Australia, Milos Degenek, was overwhelmed by the atmosphere.

“I almost burst into tears when I heard the roar of the terraces,” he told reporters.

“It was a dream come true, it was a tough game, we fought a lot and we had to defend ourselves for very long periods, we are delighted and now we have made life difficult for Napoli.”

Napoli dominated the first half and twice came close to taking the lead when Lorenzo Insigne shook the crossbar and Borjan denied Arkadiusz Milik from close range with a good reflex stop.

Encouraged by the fervent 55,000 fans of the home crowd, the winners of the 1991 European Cup, Red Star, rarely got out of their own half, but their full midfield and well-organized defense kept Napoli at bay.

Several last-gasp tackles early in the second half kept the Red Star afloat and threatened for the first time in the 58th minute when Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina got rid of a low shot from substitute Dusan Jovancic.

Borjan stifled an effort by Piotr Zielinski shortly after and substitute Dries Mertens fired from the edge of the six-yard area, while Napoli continued to build up pressure with a quick one-touch pass.

Mario Rui shaved off the bar with a curling free kick and a Red Star defender cleared Jose Callejon’s shot off the line after another fast attack by the visitors on the left flank, with the home team dangling desperately.

With the 1991 Red Star generation watching after receiving a standing ovation from the fans before the start, the home team almost scored against the line of play when Ospina saved a shot in the 80th minute from striker Richmond Boakye.

Napoli could not find the way in the final stages when Red Star closed ranks, drawing great applause from his fans after rescuing a point with a great performance.